Case Reports in Oncological Medicine / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

Case Report

Primary Angiosarcoma of Urinary Bladder: 13th Reported Patient

Table 2

Histopathology and immunohistochemistry of all patients reported.

PatientStageHistologyImmunophenotypeAuthor/year

1N/AClassic, focally with large dilated vascular spacesN/AJungano, 1907 [10]
2N/AClassic, focally solidN/ACasal et al., 1970 [11]
3At least lamina propriaTypical, “hobnail” cellsfVIII+, keratin−Stroup and Chang 1987 [12]
4T3TypicalfVIII+, keratin−Aragona et al., 1991 [13]
5T2TypicalN/ARavi, 1993 [14]
6T3TypicalfVIII+, CD34+Navon et al., 1997 [15]
7T4N0M0Solid and primitivefVIII+, CD31+, CD34+Engel et al., 1998 [7]
8TXN + M0Solid, focally classicfVIII−, CD34−, keratin−, CD31+Schindler et al., 1999 [16]
9Peritoneal surfaceSolid, focally primitiveCD31+, CD43+, kertin−Seethala et al., 2006 [8]
10MuscularisTypicalCD31+, CD34−, fVIII−Kulaga et al., 2007 [17]
11T4TypicalfVIII+, CD31+, CD34+Williams et al., 2008 [18]
12MIBCTypicalfVIII+, CD31+, CD34+Warne et al., 2011 [2]
CurrentMIBCTypicalCD31+, CD34+, fVIII+, keratin−; cystitis cysticaBahouth, 2015

Typical appearance includes anastomosing vascular channels. N/A: not available. MIBC = muscle-invasive bladder cancer.

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